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Expand the report system by allowing the option to tag comments (screenshots inside)

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  • #46
    I'm hoping the comment I leave would show for the reported person

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    • #47
      Well done concept, don't know how easy/hard it would be to implement, but well done regardless. Nice to see some constructive criticism on here instead of the normal bickering.

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      • #48
        +1

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        • #49
          It's a good suggestion but it will never be adopted because Valve is refusing to spend their resources to properly use humans to analyse the reports. Maybe it's just a temporary solution and they will change it later but I don't really believe in that.

          The current system is subjected to abuses because as few as 3 reports in a row can result in automatic punishment, so it's easy for a group of friends to submit fake reports and punish someone they dislike. If Valve wants to use this flawed automated system they should at least increase the minimum amount of reports necessary to result in a communication ban. To make things more fair Valve could make the system ban a player only after he was reported in two or three different matches, which would show a behavior pattern and lower the amount of false positives. That would also remove the ability that dishonest groups have currently to ban anyone they dislike.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Jenova- View Post
            The problem with this is that it would require actual people to review and look through the reports, in order to be able to really tell whether a sentence is offensive or not, and pin-point those that are truly disruptive.

            Otherwise, I could just report and add random lines of text so as to add "substance" to the report, and if the player gets mute-banned, he'll just be shown some harmless sentences.

            And a word-filter wouldn't exactly cut it, either. You can be completely offensive without using words such as "fuck", "shit", "retard", etc. (not to mention that those words can be used in a context where they aren't offensive towards another player).

            The idea itself is pretty good, but I feel it doesn't synergize well with the way the report system currently works.
            Well, it looks like you want the system to stay broken.
            I will mercilessly add to my ignore list anyone that makes an incredibly annoying signature.

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            • #51
              please add this!

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              • #52
                +1
                Absolutely amazing feature. Streamlines the report feature, and helps inform offenders of their mistake.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Synchrotron View Post
                  It's a good suggestion but it will never be adopted because Valve is refusing to spend their resources to properly use humans to analyse the reports. Maybe it's just a temporary solution and they will change it later but I don't really believe in that.

                  The current system is subjected to abuses because as few as 3 reports in a row can result in automatic punishment, so it's easy for a group of friends to submit fake reports and punish someone they dislike. If Valve wants to use this flawed automated system they should at least increase the minimum amount of reports necessary to result in a communication ban. To make things more fair Valve could make the system ban a player only after he was reported in two or three different matches, which would show a behavior pattern and lower the amount of false positives. That would also remove the ability that dishonest groups have currently to ban anyone they dislike.
                  Why would it require resources? They can keep the system exactly as it is. The difference is, ppl that get banned can see the reason they got banned and 1. won't come here to complain or 2. come here, with logs or prints or whatever, to try and prove their innocence
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                  • #54
                    +1, great idéa. A shame that Valve don't give a shit

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                    • #55
                      I agree with this. Just because the guy is an offender, doesn't mean he shouldn't be allowed to see why he was reported.

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                      • #56
                        Great idea

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                        • #57
                          perfect fix

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                          • #58
                            +1
                            Originally posted by fletcher
                            Just to clarify, there was never any "win rate" calculation. Ever. It is true that a goal of matchmaking is to make even teams. The matchmaker also will raise your Elo and try to put you in players of equivalent skill, which indirectly tries to get the win rate to 50%. However, it has never looked at your historical win rate and put you in a game where it knew that you were expected to lose.
                            Is every post on this forum about the Dunning-Kruger effect?

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                            • #59
                              Valve has my permission to add this ^^

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                              • #60
                                Great idea!
                                Pro MUTE System
                                • If you complain about it, you're one of the people who have taken swift punishment from it. Proving it works.
                                • If you keep arguing against it, you're a repeat offender, proving it works again.
                                • ONLY REPEAT OFFENDERS continue to fight it.
                                • Thank you Valve! Finally a system that shuts bad attitudes, big egos and ignorance down like a bad habit.

                                Do you disagree? Please let me know why HERE!

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